Graduate Medical Education and CME
Also known as:
Residency, Medical residency, Medical education
Providence Health & Services offers three residency training programs. Program details include philosophy, curriculum, clinical training sites, faculty profiles, and application procedure.
Providence Oregon Family Medicine Residency is a 21-resident program under in Milwaukie and Hood River, Oregon. This community hospital program has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) since 2000 and is the sole residency at Providence Milwaukie. Our program is located just six miles from the center of downtown Portland, Oregon.
Providence Pharmacy Residency emphasizes collaborative and patient-centered care.
Pharmacy residents will gain:
- Advanced, practice-based skills in a variety of patient populations and care settings
- Leadership skills
- Greater knowledge of evidence-based medicine
- Insight into new models of care through Providence’s strategic initiatives
Pharmacy residency programs available:
Providence Hood River Internal Medicine Residency The program is accredited by the ACGME to accept 2 residents each year. Residents in the first year will live in Portland and will complete rotations in area hospitals, training with residents from our sister residency program, the Providence Oregon Family Medicine Residency. In the second and third years, residents will live in Hood River, OR, a beautiful and diverse rural community 70 miles east of Portland in the Columbia River Gorge. Inpatient work will be centered at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital.
Providence Portland Internal Medicine Residency in Portland, Oregon, offers academic training in a leading community-based medical center. Our program fosters a learning environment where the intellectual rigor of an academic medical center and the cutting-edge health systems of a top community hospital merge for the betterment of both patient care and education.
Providence St. Vincent Internal Medicine Residency in Portland, Oregon, stands out for its superior internal medicine training, allowing our graduates to excel in outpatient, inpatient and/or subspecialty settings. This is a collaborative, supportive and academically rigorous environment with physicians committed to patient-focused compassionate care. Our curriculum and philosophy strive to create leaders with the tools to improve the lives of their patients, as well as shaping the healthcare system of the future, their practice and their communities.
Clinical Pastoral Education
Providence Portland Medical Center offers clinical pastoral education (CPE), bringing together theological students, qualified laypersons, and clergy of all faiths (pastors, priests, rabbis, imams and others) into supervised encounter with persons in crisis. The CPE program is an in-depth learning opportunity for people who wish to develop or enhance their personal, professional, and theological competency in the art of spiritual care. CPE asks that students take risks, try new approaches to ministry, reflect on their assumptions, and believe that every experience is an opportunity for learning.